I'd have liked to score this pub as very good but I'm afraid it was spoilt by typical seaside uncouthness of some of the customers, and not youths I'm pleased to say, but older people who should know better, clearly been drinking all day and struggled to put sentences together unless they included four letter words. Standing in doorways smoking so that we could all enjoy their stinking habit, even though the management had placed the outdoor ashtrays well way from the doorways, yuk. Moan over, I still scored it average because my sirloin steak, chips and trimmings was very nicely cooked and tasty which including the free pint was only £8.09, excellent. The main seating area is downstairs in this tastefully converted old theatre but there is a disabled lift up to street level and a disabled toilet next to it, so I, recovering from a broken foot, was ok. So despite my moan, if you like the Wetherspoons philosophy of no nonsense value for money then give this place a try and sniff at the uncouth minority! PS the staff were great.
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